Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

February 18, 2021  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

National: “Lincoln Project Co-Founder Reed Galen Ran Little Known Dark Money Group as Super PAC’s Dealings Face Scrutiny” by Brian Scwartz for CNBC

Maryland: “Former State Investigator Questions Payment from Marilyn Mosby Election Committee to Her Private Lawyers” by Tim Prudente for Baltimore Sun

New Mexico: “Settlement Reveals New Mexico Utility Funded Political Group” by Staff for Associated Press News


Florida: “Voting by Mail in Florida Was a Success, So Why Do Legislators Want to Make It Harder?” by Mary Ellen Klas (Miami Herald) for MSN


National: “Biden’s New VA Chief Inherits Oversight Office from Trump Viewed as Abetting Corruption” by Lisa Rein (Washington Post) for MSN

Arizona: “Arizona Panel Votes to Boost Unlawful Protest Penalties” by Jonathan Cooper for Associated Press News

New Jersey: “Cash in a Paper Bag: North Jersey pols indicted in ‘old-school political corruption’ case” by Terrence McDonald (Bergen Record) for MSN

Ohio: “Federal Judge Ignores Prison Recommendations in Convention Center Bribery Scandal Sentence” by Bill Bush (Columbus Dispatch) for MSN


California: “L.A. Ethics Commission Issues Five Fines for Failure to Register as Lobbyists” by Staff for

Colorado: “The Colorado Capitol’s Hallways Are Where Dealmaking Happens. Coronavirus Has Emptied Them.” by Jessie Paul and Thy Vo for Colorado Sun

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